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433


SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


Iubhli4ai by Autnritty


'VoL. 107] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974. [No. 65.]


GOVERNMENT NOTICES


No. 177.
IN THE


MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE, 1946.
(No. 22 of 1946).


AND
IN THE MATTER OF THE ACQUISITION by the Governor
of a certain parcel of land at
MAYREAU


DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND

(Fins'r PrBLICATION.)


WHEREAS it is enacted by Section 3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance
1946 (No. 22 of 1946) that the Governor considers that any land should be
acquired for a public purpose he may cause a declaration to thatt effect to be
made:
AND WHEREAS it is considered by the Governor that the underinentionied
parcel of land should be acquired for a public purpose, to wit, 'the housing prob-
lems of the present population.
NOW IT IS IHEREBY DECLARED by His Excellency the Governor acting
in accordance with the advice of the Cabinet in the State of St. Vincent that the
said parcel of land is required for a public purpose and that upon the Second
Publication if this Declaration in the Gazette all that parcel of land at Mayreau
in the Grenadines the property of the Heirs of IBEATRICE ALEXANDRINE EUSTACZ
measuring six acres and eight poles shall vest absolutely in the Crown.


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34 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).


AND IT IS HEREBY FURTHER Declared And Notified that a Plan bear--
ing the Number Gr 212 showing the above mentioned parcel of land has been
prepared by EARLE K. V. ANDERSON Licensed Land Surveyor and lodged on the
27th day of November, 1974, at the Lands and Surveys Department of Kingstown
in the State of St. Vincent and can be inspected at all reasonable hours at the
said Department.

Dated this 27th day of November, 1974.

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
dScretary to the Cobinct.


No. 178.


No. 176.


RESIGNATION

Dr. B. PnIILlps, M.B. B.S. (U.W.I.)
as a District Medical Officer, Medical
Department, Ministry of Health, HIous-
ing and Local Government with effect
from 23rd November, 1974.
3rd December, 1974.
(P.F. 5415)



No. 179.
POST OF DIRECTOR, LIBERTY LODGE
TRAINING CENTRE


Applications are invited from suitably
qualified male Vincentians between the
ages 25 40 years for the vacant post
of Director, Liberty Lodge Training
Centre.

Qualifications: Applicants should pos-
sess a qualification in Sociology, Social
Work or related field. Consideration
will be given to candidates of diploma
status in social work. Experience in
administration and in work with serious-
ly deprived and delinquent persons
would be a valuable asset.

Duties: The successful applicant will
be responsible for the efficient adminis-
tration of the centre and for devising
appropriate programmes for the rehab-
ilitation of trainees. He will partici-
pate in activities not inconsistent with
his post of Director of a school of reform.

Salary: $7,320 X $360--8,400.

Applications in the candidates own
writing accompanied by two (2) recent
testimonials and proof of qualifications
should be forwarded 'to the Chief Per-
sonnel Officer, Service Commissions De-
partment not later than 15th January,
1975.


3rd December, 1974.


CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY SECRETARIAT
VACANCY FOR INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
ADVISER

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for the post of Indus-
trial Relations Adviser in the Carib-
bean Community Secretariat.
2. Diuics: The Secretary-General is.
the Chief Administrative Officer of the
Caribbean Community with responsibil-
ity for servicing inicr alia, the meetings
of the Standing Committee of Ministers
responsible for Labour, an Institution of
the Caribbean Conmunity established
under Article 10 of the Caribbean Com-
munity Treaty;
The Industrial Relations Adviser will
be responsible through the Secretary-
General for-
(i) advising the Standing Com-
mittee of Ministers responsible
for Labour on matters relating
to the development of indus-
trial relations, labour legisla-
tion, manpower policies and
other related matters;
(ii) follow-up action in connection
with the decisions of the-
Standing Committee of Min-
isters responsible for Labour;
(iii) assisting in the coordination
of Member States' policies
towards the ILO and other
international bodies concerned
with labour;
(iv) establishing and maintaining
close contact with the regional
trade union and employees
organisation in furtherance of
the objectives covered in the
foregoing responsibilities;
(v) 4ueh other duties relating to
the development of an effec-
tive programme of industrial
relations in the Caribbean
Community as may be assigned
from time to time.
3. Qualifications: Applicants should
normally possess a University Degree or











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. (i5).


acceptable equivalent qualification and
considerable experience in industrial
relations in a position of high responsi-
bility, but consideration will also be
given to non-graduates with extensive
experience and special training.
4. Salary and Allowanccs: The sal-
ary of the post is G$18,887.90 per alnnum.
In addition the holder will be paid house
allowance of G$3,255 per annum.
5. Rrcriftmi f nt and Appointment:
Appointment may be on a permanent
basis with the Caribbean Community
Secretariat or on secondment from the
Government Service of a Member State.
It will be subject to such regulations,
rules, orders and instructions as may
exist and as may be introduced from
time to time in respect of services with
the Secretariat.
A candidate recruited from abroad on
first appointment will be provided econ-
omy class air passage by the most direct
route for himself, his wife, and his
children provided they are blow the
age of 18, unmarried and dependent on
him, and for such other dependents to
a maximum of two as may be approved
by the Secretary-General provided that
the number of dependents does not
exceed five in all.
In addition to passages the officer will
be granted the following transportation
allowances-
(a) ocean freight charges of ship-
ping his personal aml household
effects not exceeding twenty
(20) tons slip's measurement
(800 cubic feet), plus a motor
ear (if the officer already owns
one).
(b) the cost of transporting his
baggage, personal and house-
hold effects from his home to
the place of embarkation and
from the port of disembarka-
tion to the place of residence
in Guyana;
(e) the cost of crating personal and
household effects;
A settlement Grant will also be paid
to the successful candidate recruit-
ed from abroad in respect of him-
self and family when he/they act-
ually take up residence in Guyana.
6. Facilities: The successful candi-
date will be eligible for the grant of
vacation leave at the rate of thirty-five
working days per annum and a leave
passage grant in respect of himself and
his family.
7. Privilrqes and Immunitics: The
successful candidate will be granted the


privileges and inmmunities normally ex-
tended to members of tlie diplomatic
corps. It has also been agreed that
stiff memniobrs of the Secretariat will not
pay income tax to thle Government of
G-ityan; or in the case of staff recruited
from Member States to their home
governments.
8. Suiperannuaion Benefits: The suc-
cessful candidate if permanently apoint-
ed will be required to contribute 5'Y/ of
his salary to the Secretariat Pension
Scheme. Where appointment is on sec-
ondment, the Secretariat will pay to the
staff member's employer a contribution
not exceeding 25% of the pensionable
salary normally payable to the staff
member by that employer during the
period of his secondment so as to main-
tain his superannuation benefits.
9. Applications together with cur-
riculum vitae should be forwarded to
the Secretary-General, Caribbean Com-
nmunity Secretariat, Third Floor, Bank
of Guyana Building, Georgetown, Guy-
ana not later than 15th December, 1974.
26ith November, 1974.



No. 172.
PREQUALIFICATION OF CONTRACTORS.
FOR CONSTRUCTION OF FEEDER
ROADS.

The Goverinment of St. Vincent in-
vites the submission of prequalification
data from interested Contractors in
connection with the proposed construe-
tion of Feeder Roads in St. Vincent.
The proposed project requires the
construction and/or reconstruction of
30 Feeder Roads totalling approxi-
imately 33 miles. In general, the roads,
will have a paved carriageway 12 feet
wide and hard shoulders 2 feet wide.
designed with a maximum gradient of
15'/,r and a minimum radius of horizon-
tal curvature of 50 feet. Earthwork
is expected to be a major construction
item, and ancillary works will include
walls, reinforced concrete box culverts
and culvert pipes, curbs and drains.
The present concept is to divide the
total construction project into three
sub-projects, and to have one of the
sub-projects carried out by the Ministry
of Communications and Works, St.
Vincent. It is intended that priced
tenders for construction will be invited
only from pre-qualified contractors.
Consideration will be limited to Con-
tractors or Joint Ventures of Con-
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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).


business is in one of the following
,countries:--
(a) Regional member countries of
the Caribbean ii evelopnment
Bank, i.e., Antigua, Bahamas,
Barbados. Belize, British Virgin
Islands, Cayman' Islands, Dom-
iniea, Grenada. Guyana, Jamaica,
M o n t s e r r a t, St. Kitts-Nevis-
Anguilla, St. Lucia, St. Vincent,
Trinidad and Tobago. Turks and
Caicos Islands and Venezuela.
*(b) Non-regional Member countries
of the Caribbean Development
Bank. i.e.. Canada and the United
Kingdom.
(e' The United States of America.
The project will be financed jointly
by tlie Government of St. Vincent and
the (aribbean Development Bank.
Interested Contractors with exper-
ience of similar work should apply
promptly for Contractors' Prequalifi-
cation Forms to:-
either (a) Republic Engineering Con-
sultants,
59 High Street,
Georgetown,
Guyana.
(1) Chief Engineer,
Ministry of Communication
and Works,
Kingstown.
St. Vincent, West Indies.
Contractors' Prequalification forms
must be completely filled out and for-
warded by registered mail to Republic
Engineering Consultants at tlie above
address so as to arrive not later than
20th December, 1974. Two copies
should also be forwarded at the same
time, one to the (Chief Engineer at the
above address, and the other to the
Caribbean Developmnent Bank, Trea-
sury Buildings, Bridgetown, Barbados,
West Indies.
REUBEN BAILEY,
Chief Engineer (Ag.)
Ministry of Communications and
Works.
19th November, 1974.


By Command,


0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Permanent SHeretary,
Premier's Office.

PREMIER'S OFFICE,
'ST. VINczNT,


3rd Decemnber, 1974.


DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER
NOTICES.


TREASURY NOTICES

PAYMENT OF SALARIES FOR
DECEMBER, 1974.

It is hereby notified that salaries and
other allowances, payable to Govern-
ment Employees during the month of
December, 1974 will be paid at the
Treasury, Kingstown, or District
Revenue Offices, on Wednesday, 18th
December, 1974.


PAYMENT OF PENSIONS AND
ALLOWANCES FOR DECEMBER,
1974.

All allowances payable to Pensioners
from funds of the State, in respect of
December, 1974, will be paid at the
Treasury, Kingstown, or District Rev-
enue Offices, on Friday 20th December,
1974.



PAYMENT OF CLAIMS FOR
DECEMBER, 1974.

Contractors, Merchants and all other
persons having claims against the Gov-
ernnment of St. Vincent are hereby
irequestevd to forward such claims to the
Government Departments concerned on
or before the 14th day of Deceniber,
1974. in order 'to ensure the payment
thereof before the close of the current
financial year at 31st December.
2. Similarly, all persons indebted to
the Governnient of St. Vincent for goods
supplied or services rendered are hereby
requested to settle these accounts on or
before the 31st December, 1974.
M. Ml. SCOTT,
Accountant General.
Treasury Department,
St. Vincent.
2nd Deeeniber, 1974.


POST OFFICE NOTICE

It is hereby notified for General In-
formation that an Issue of Postage
Stamps in ommenmoration of Christmas
1974, would be released for sale at the
General Post Office in Kingstown and
Dist riet Post Offices throughout the State
on Thursday 5th December, 1974.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).


The Stamps are in Denominations of
3e, 8, 35, 45, and $1.00 and consist
of four (4) Basic Designs Depicting
Scenes at the Manger as produced by
the Masters, with the 30 Denomination
being reproduced in a panel of four (4)
Stamps with the same designs as the 80,
35, 45 and $1.00 Denominations.
Official First Day Covers may be ob-
tained at the General Post Office Kings-
town and 'the District Post Office of Port
Elizabeth, Bequia, at a cost of $2.35
each.
E. R. IIANNAWAY,
Postmaster General.


IN THE 1GIIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
ST. VINCENT.

No. 15 of 1970.
BErWEEN :
CLEMENT BRACKEN of Sandy Bay
Administrator of the Estate of
JAMES BRACKEN deceased late of
Sandy Bay. -Plaintiff
and
MARTIN MACKIE (McCoy) of Sandy
Bay -Defendant
It is hereby notified for General In-
formation that the undermentioned
Chattel the prol)erty of the above named
Defendant levied upon by virtue of a
Writ of Seizure and sale issued in the
the above suit will be put up for sale by
Public Auction at the Court House
Kingstown on Saturday the 7th day of
December, 1974.
Between the hours of 10.00 a.m. and
12.00 noon.
That is 'to say
One Board House
Approximately size 9" X 14"
S. J. BERTRAND,
Registrar, High Court.


IN THilE IIIGII COURT OF JUSTICE
SA INT VINCENT

1969, No. 20


CARUIxON IHUGGINS ,
and
VIBERT BiBBY


-Plain li/f

-1)t'f( 11(1 a at


It is hereby notified for General In-
formation that the undermentioned
Chattel the property of the above named


Defendant levied upon hy virtue of a
Writ of Seizure and sale issued inl the
the above suit will be put for sale by-
Public Auction at the Court House,
Kingstown on Saturday the 7th day of
December, 1974.
Between the hours of 10.00 a.m. and
12.00 noon.
That is to say:
2 Tables
2 Lounge Chairs
2 Centre Tables
2 Ironing Boards
1 Double Seater Morris Chair
2 Wrought Iron Chairs
1 Bed
5 Sitting Chairs
1 damaged Record player
1 Cabinet
S. J. BERTRAND,
Registrar, High Court.


IN THE IIIGII COURT OF JUSTICE
SAINT VINCENT

No. 101 of 1973
BETWEEN :
BERTRAM A. RICHARDS by his Agent
IILnTox HIURST -Plaintiff
and
CHARLES VANLoo of Kingstown
-Defendant
Whereas it was on the 25th day of
May 1973 Ordered by the Court that the
property of the above named defendant
be sold it is hereby notified for General
Information tile undermentioned Chat-
tels the property of the said defendant
will he put up for sale by Public Auction
at the Court House, Kingstown on Sat-
urday the .7th day of December, 1974.
Between the hours of 10.00 a.m. and
12.00 noon.
That is to say
I large Mahogany Bureau
1 wooden parting off stand
1 Mahogany table with Mesh wire
1 Phillip radio
2 small tables
3 sitting wooden stools
1 round silver plated Kensick
Clock "'S days"
S. J. BERTRAND,
Registrar, High Court.











:38 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).


THE GAMBLING, LO)TTERIES AND)
BETTING ORDINANCE 1968

It is promulgated for the information
of the general public that applications
for the grant of Betting Licence or a
Permit to carry on such business as is
mentioned in paras. (a) and (b) of sub-
section of Section 30 of the Gambling.
Lotteries and Betting Ordinance 1908 or
a Permit to operate a Pinball Machine
under Section 15 of the said Ordinance
or Pinball Machine Licence will be con-
sidered on 17th December, 1974, at Police
IHeadquarters at 4.30 p.m.
Applications addressed to the Chair-
man must reach the Aimhority not later
than Friday (ith December, 1974.
Any person who desires to object to
the grant by the Authority of any par-
ticular Permit or Licence should send
to the Authority before the (ith of De-
cember, 1974. two copies of a brief state-
ment in writing of the grounds of his
objections.
E. B. JACKSON,
CommissiouMr of Police (Ayg.)

Chairman, Gamintl Auldhorily.


'TIE GAMBLING. LOTTERIES AND
BETTING ORDINANCE 1968


Personis desirous of making applica-
tion to carry on the following:-
(a) business of receiving or negoti-
ating bets or conducting betting
operation, or,
(h) by way of business in any maln-
ner to receive or negotiate bets or
conduct such operations, or
(c) to operate a Pin Ball Machine are
requested to note that it is neces-
sary to obtain:
(a) a permit, and
(b) a licence
Application should be made on Form
1, and it will be necessary for the ap-
plicant to state in 'the application the
following information :-
(a) date of birth,
(ib) office and usual place of residence
(e) place of residence during the past
5 years
(d) that during the 12 months pre-
ceding the dale of the application,
lie has not been refused thie grant
of renewal of suchi a permit, and
(e) two references as to character.


It should further be noted that in
making an application for a licence, the
applicant should state:-
(a) that lie is the holder of a permit,
and
(b) siiiiiit a plan, sufficient to show
the lay-out and location of tilhe
said premises and the means of
access thereto.
In addition, tlie applicant should com-
ply with the following:-
(a) send copy of application to ap-
propriate Police Officer,
(b) publish in the newspaper circu-
lating in Saint Vincent, a notice
of the application, not later than
twen'ty-eght days before the hear-
ing of any such application,
(e) Send copy of newspaper contain-
ing publication to the Authority
not later than seven days after
advertisement.
Persons wishing to object to the grant
of a permit in respect of any premises
should send to the Authority two copies
of the grounds of objection, not later
than ten days after publication of
advertisement.
Forms of application may be obtained
at the Inland Revenue Office or Police
Headquarters.
E. B. JACKSON,
Conmmissiontr of Police (Ag.)

Chairman, Gamini Autlhority.

POLICE NOTICES

GENERAL ELECTIONS
!TI[1 DECEMBER, 1974

The attention of tlihe general public is
drawn ti Section 71 Sub. Sections (1)
(2) and (3) of 'tie Legislative Council
Election Ordinance No. 13 of 1951.
(1) Subject to the provisions of sub-
section (2) of this section during the
hours when the poll is open upon election
day, no persons shall assemble or con-
gregale within oIe hundred yards of any
building in which is situate any polling
station.
(2) This section shall not apply:-
(a) to any electors who are waiting
to poll their votes at such poll-
ing station and who obey any
instructions which be given by
the presiding officer or any con-
stable for purpose of forming a
queue wrih other electors also
waiting, or











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).


(b) to anyv person who may under
the provisions of Ordinancee
lawfully enter or remain in
such polling station.

(3) Every person who contravenes or
fails to comply with any of the provisions
of this section shall be guilty of an offence
against this section and shall lie liable on
summary conviction therefore to a fine
of two hundred and forty dollars or to
imprisonment for six months or to both
such fine and imprisonment.

E. B. JACKSON,
Conumissioncr of Police (Ag.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS


The attention of the general public is
drawn to Section 57 Sub. Section (1)
(2) and (3) of the Legislative Council


Election Ordinance No. 13 of 1951 in
respect' of sale of intoxicating Liquors.
(1) No intoxicating Liquor shall be
sold. offered for sale or given away, at
any premises to which a licence issued
under the Liquor Licence Ordinance
applies at any time between the opening
and closing of the poll on Polling Day.
(2) No intoxicating Liquor shall be
supplied to any person at any premises
to which a licence issued under the Regis-
tration of C(lubs Ordinance applies, at
any time between the opening and the
closing of the poll on Polling Day.
(3) Any person who contravenes any
of the provisions of either of the two
preceding sub-sections shall be liable on
summary conviction to a fine of five hun-
dred dollars or to imprisonment of six
months.
E. B. JACKSON,
Commissioner of Police (Ag.)


CALEDONIAN INSURANCE COMPANY-TRANSFER OF INSURANCE
BUSINESS TO GUARDIAN ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE
LIMITED

Notice is hereby given to policyholders and to the public that it is the
intention of Caledonian Insurance Company to transfer all its assets and liabil-
ities in St. Vincent to Guardian Royal Exchange Assurance Limited with effect
from 1st April 1975.
The effect of the proposed transfer will be that Guardian Royal Exchange
Assurance Limited will become responsible for the due fulfilment of all existing
obligations of Caledonian Insurance Company in St. Vincent. Cover, expiry
date, terms and other conditions of insurance policies will not be in any way
affected by the change of company.
It is intended to apply to the Registrar of Insurance for confirmation of the
proposed transfer and any objection may be lodged with the Registrar of
Insurance within the above period.
12th November, 1974.


WAGES REGULATION PROPOSALS


PROPOSALS ONLY-To be posted up until 16th December, 1974.
Further notice will be given if a Wages Regulation Order is made giving
effect to the proposals set out hereunder.

Wages Council Order No. 1 of 1974

THE AGRICULTUrI AL WORKERS WAGES COUNCIL

The Agricultural Workers Wages Council hereby gives notice of its
intention to submit to Cabinet proposals for fixing the Statutory minimum
remuneration and holidays with pay specified in the Schedule below.
The Wages Council will consider any WRITTEN representation with
respect to these proposals sent to it within 14 days from 3rd December, 1974.
Any such representation shojild be SRINED by the persons making the same
(giving his or her address) and sent to the Secretary of the Wages Council.











440 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).


Copies of the proposals can also be obtained from the Secretary of the
Wages Council.
It is desirable that persons making objections should state the precise
grounds for their objections.
Dated this 2nd day of December, 1974. Issued by the Order of Agricul-
tural Workers Wages Council.
IHORACE D. N. CUNNINGHAM,
8rcrctary \Vages Council.
Department of Labour,
Upper Bay Street,
Kingstown,
2nd December, 1974.

AGRICUITLTURAL WORKERS WAGES COUNCIL
DRAFT PROPOSALS
SCH EDULE

1. The Minimum remuneration to be paid to workers to whom this Order
applies employed on time work shall be as follows:-
MEN -$4.00 per day for a day of 5 hours..
Thereafter 753 per hour up to a maxi-
mum of 3 hours per day.
WOMEN -$3.00 per day for a day of 5 hours.
Thereafter 600 per hour up to a maxi-
mum of 3 hours per day.
MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR OVERTIME
2. Whenever a worker to whom this Order applies, employed on time
work, works with the consent of his employer for more than eight hours on
any ordinary day he shall be paid (except as is hereinafter provided) for-
every hour or part thereof time and a half, and for all work done on Sundays.
and Public Holidays, double time: Provided that this does not apply to
stock-men, grooms, and workers employed on the shift system but whose total
earnings must not be less than the daily minimum wage when such earnings
are divided by the number of days worked in the period whether paid on a
weekly, forthnightly or monthly basis.
MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR WATCHMEN
3. Watchmen employed under this Order shall not receive less than the
daily minimum wage when such earnings are divided by the number of hours
actually worked in the period whether paid on a weekly, forthnightly or
monthly basis.
MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR PIECE WORK AND TASK WORK
4. The miniumm remuneration to be paid to workers to whom this
Order applies, when employed on piece work, or task work, shall be as.
follows:-
Digging Arrowroot: 70# per basket measuring 28" in diameter and filled
to a height of 14";
Digging Peanuts: 450 per kerosene tin filled to the height of the tin;
Picking Cotton: 50 per lb. (No deduction for moisture).
Provided that where a worker is employed on any piece work or task
work the employer shall be deemed to pay wages at less than the miiimum
wage unless he shows that the rate for a period of 8 hours was not less than the,
mniniminm wage for a day:
HOLIDAYS WITH PAY
5. Ever.V worker to whom this Order applies shall be entitled to holidays,.
with pay as follows:-
1. 8 days holiday with pay for 176 days and over worked
2. 7 days holiday with pay for 151-175 days worked
3. 6 days holiday with pay for 126-150 (lays worked
4. 5 days holiday with pay for 100-12N days workedL










SAINT VINCEN F, TIESDAY. 3 DECEMBER, 1974.--'No. 65). 441


TREASURY NOTICE.

BY THE AUTHORITY OF T;[E LAND AND HOUSE TAX
ORDINANCE, (CAP. 194).

Notice is hereby given that the unldermentioned persons have become
defaulters for payments of tvxes levied unde; the authority of the "Land
and House Tax Ordinance. Purq. ant to Section 16 of the above Ordinance
the following properties in the ownership or occupation of the persons men-
tioned, having been levied upon WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE AT PUBLIC
AUCTION at 1.15 p.i i. on Friday I Sth Dee-mber. 1974 at the Land and House
Tax officee (P.W.D. C compound) Kingsto'n., f, the recovery of taxes due.
M. M. SCOTT.
Accountant General.
I'reasury Chaiiibers,
Kingstown,
Saint Vincent,
27 November, 1974.
(PARISH OF CHIARL(TTE)


Name of Owner, Attorney
or Oecupier


Situation of
Properrv


Description of Property


Lawrence Anderson
Vernie Andrews
TuLn Bacchus
Jneatha _Bailey
William Bailey
Daniel Brewster
Thaddeus Brewster
Roberit McBarnett
Angelina Edwards
Doreen Fitz-patrick


Henry Hamlhtt
Keith Lockhart
L'arol Kegisford
iva E. Robinson

Elfrida Spring
Maude G. Thompson
Emily Williams


South Ulion
New Pr':spe-t
Sandy Bay
Langley Par-.
Duiibarton
South i Rivers
TIhrte l.! vers
Dieksoni-
Grand Saibk
Bridgetown


Mt. B.:nin<. .
Park Hill
Bridgeto'. n
Farm

Dicksons
Adelp-Ii
Adelphi


1`0 poles of lInd.
OUn wooden dwelling house.
One wooden dwelling house.
One wooden dwelling house.
1 ac. 1 rd. 8 pls. land.
One wooden dwelling house.
:. rds. 12 pts. of land.
nie wooden dwelling house.
2 aes. 2 rds. 18 p1s. land
Realty that is to say-Wall
dwelling h.'use with land
occupied therewith.
O'e wooden dwelling house
2-! poles of land.
O:ie wooden dwelling house.
One (1) acre of land, more or
less.
Cue wooden dwelling house.
2 aes. 1 rd. i pis. land
Realty: that, is to say-A wall
dwelling hose with all that
parcel of land for dwelling.


PARISHT OF ST. GEORGE)


Tally Ho Apartment



\Iargaret Benjamin
,'rancis Be.st
James Black
Claradine M. Bonadie
Randolph Bynoe
Richard F. Cain
Denton Campbell
Agatha A Charles
Ars. Lucy Creese
Alpha Is'ah Cuffy
'amuel iA. Deane
Alice Diamond
Xlorris F & Dorothy
A. Kemnedy


Rose Cottage



Coram
Fenton Mt.
Kilburnie
Glen
Ratho Mill
Calder
Coram
Fair Hall
Glen
Fair Hall
Akers Hill
Eveshaim Vale

Villa


One (1) building of massive
construction, together with
landed property occupied
therewith.
5 acres of lai d.
1i) acres of land.
Oae (1) House Spot.
6 aes. 2 rds. '7 pls. of land.
3- poles of land.
1 rood 8 pole- of land.
2 acres of lard.
1 rood 24 poles of land.
2 acres of lard
37 poles of land.
2 acres of lard.
OCie wooden dwelling house.

T v; (2) roodis of land with
building anj erection there-
on.











:2 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).


NOTICE


UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE NO. 11 OF 1948

It is notified for general information that the Anuual LIQUOR LICENSING
SESSION will be held in the undermentioned Parishes for the purpose of
hearing applications from the applicants in their respective parishes,, for the
granting of Certificates in accordance with the provisions of the Liquor Licences
Ordinance No. 11 of 1948, at the times and places stated herewith.


Parish
St. Andrew & St. George


Charlotte


St. Patrick


St. David


Grenadines: (Bequia)


(Union Island)


Time and Place of Session
...... At the Court House, Kingstown on
Wednesday, 18th December, 1974 at
9.00 a.m.
...... At the Court House, Georgetown on
Monday, 16th December, 1974 at
10.00 a.m.
. At the Court House, Barrouallie on
Thursday, 12th December, 1974 at
9.30 a.m.
. At the Court House, Chateaubelair
on Thursday, 5th December, 1974 at
10.00 a.m.
. At the Court House, Port Elizabeth
on Friday, 27th December, 1974 at
10.00 a.m.
. At the Court House, Union Island
on Monday, 23rd December, 1974 at
10.00 a.m.


Notice of intention to oppose the grant of any certificate stating in general
terms the grounds of opposition must be served upoh the Magistrate, not later
than (7) days before the date fixed for the holding of the Licensing Session.

A. E. CATO,
D. K. McINTYRE,
Magistrates.

PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES


Names of
Applicants


Mathias Cato
William Webb
tEtheline Gibson
fPriscilla Jacobs
*Hazells Ltd.

United Traders Ltd.
Ada Gordon
1Beryl James
Dynms Mini Market
fAnnette Cadogan
Roy Paul
Simeon An'trobus
Leonie Ross
General Sup-
plies Co.


Occupation


Shopkeeper
Shopkeeper
Shopkeeper i
Shopkeeper
Gen. Merchant

Gen. Merchant
Shopkeeper
Domestic
Businessman
Clerk
Shopkeeper
Shopkeeper
Housewife

Merchants
R. & W.


Residence


Mesopotamia
Mt. Pleasant
Dauphine
Villa
Kingstown

Ki ngstown
Mt. Pleasant
Fair Hall
Arnos Vale
New Montrose
Fair Hall
Old Montrose
Peniston No. 8


Kingstown


Situation of
Premises

Mesopotamia
Mt. Pleasant
Dauphine
Villa
Lot 35 B &
M St.
Kingstown
Mt. Pleasant
Fairbairn
Kingstown
Upper Edinboro
Fair Hall
Old Montrose
Peniston No. 8


Frenches


Parish


St. Andrew
&
St. George


















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.--(No. 65).


Parish


Names of
Applican ts


F. A. Gonsalves
F. A. Gonsalves
F. A. Gonsalves
tEvrill John
Arno Wilkinson
Angus Lyich
Stella James

Charlotte *Jacob Moore
Lawrence Jack
Ivan Jacobs
David Boyea
David Boyea
Samuel Maloney
Ivan Jacobs
Clephus Grigg

St. Patrick Harold Daniel
fArno DeFr.itas
IWUlhelmina Davis

St. David I Roosevelt Trent


Grenadines
(Union Is.)


Uroy Baynes
Ronald Gregg
Una Hutch inson


Occupation Residence Situation of
Premises

Proprietor Paul Over Kingstown
Proprietor Paul Over Kingstown
Proprietor Paul Over Kingstown
Shopkeeper !Enhams Diamond
jSea man !hAros Vale Arnos Vale
Taxi Operator (:alliaqua Calliaqua
Shopkeeper Mesopotamia Mesopotamia

Bnusinesman Colonarie Colonarie
ISShopkeeper L.owmans V'age Lowmans V'age
Farmer Lowmans Wd. Lowmans Wd.
Proprietor Park Hill Park Hill
jProprietor Park Hill Park Hill
IShopkeeper OCreggs V'age Greggs
Farmer Lowmans 'Wd. Lowmans Wd.
Farmer IDiamond V'age Diamond V'age

Proprietor Barrouallie Bay Street B '11
'Shopkeeper .'arrouallie Barrouallie
Housewife IBarrouallie Barrouallie

Supervisor Chateaubelair Richmond Vale

Mason Ashton Ashton
Ente'rtai.er I ;anouan iCanouan
Housewife Ashton Ashton


* Change of Holder.
* Transfer of Premises.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.



Electoral District of West St. George

NOTICE TO ELECTORS RE WITHDRAWAL OR
CANDIDATE.


DEATH OF A


You are hereby notified of th0 withdrawal of Conrad Da:.id Forbes as a
candidate at the pending election ini the above mentioned electoral district.
Dated at Arnos Vile this 29th day of November 1974.

ROBERT ROBERTSON,
Returning Officer.











444 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).

GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.

DESCRIPTION OF POLLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS.

A voter who is registered in any polling division described hereunder can
only vote in such division and only at one polling station relating thereto.
Presiding Officers.and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.
1. CONSTITUENCY OF NORTH WINDWARD


Description & Number of Polling
Division

Polling Division No. 1
Fancy
Polling Division No. 1A
Owia
Polling Division No. 2
Sandy Bay-North
Polling Division No. 3
Sandy Bay-South
"A" -- "F"

Polling Division No. 3A
Sandy Bay-South
"G" "Y"
Polling Division No. 4
Overland, Tourama, Orange Hill
Waterloo
Polling Divisinon. No. 5
Langley Park, Chapmans Village,
Basin Hole
Polling Division No. 6
Mt. Bentick Bay Rd., Mt. Bentick
Polling Division No. 7
O'Briens, Dicksons
Dated this 19th day of Novimabe


Location of Polling Station


Fancy Government School

Owia Government School

Sandy Bay Anglican School

Police Station, Sandy Bay


R.C. Church, Sandy Bay


Estate Office, Orange Hill


Langley Park Infant School


Langley Park Government School

Dickson Methodist School
r, 1974.
G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.

DESCRIPTION OF POLLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS.
A voter who is registered in any polling division described hereunder can
only vote in such division and only at one polling station relating thereto.
Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.
2. CONSTITUENCY OF NORTH CENTRAL WINDWARD


Description & Number of Polling
Division
Polling Division No. 1
Caratal and Spring Village
Polling Division No. 2
Chili and Rosen-eat Cottage
(near Montague House)


Location of Polling Station


Mt. Bentick Estate House

Georgetown Government School











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.--(No. 65).


Polling Division No. 3
Georgetown--North

Polling Division No. 4
Georgetown-Southi (Corbeautown,
Grand Sable (North)

Polling Division No 5
Grand Salic (South), Chester
Cottage, Byera


Polling'Division No. 5A
Grand Sable (South), Chester
Cottage, Byera


Polling Division No. 6
Mt. Willi-am, Mangrove, Gorse,
Colonarie

Polling Division No. 7
Three Rivers, South Rivers
"A"-"H"

Polling Division No. 7A
Three Rivers, South Rivers
"J" -"W "

Polling Division' No. 8
Park Hill (East)

Polling Division No. 9
Park Hill (West)

Polling Division No. 10
Friendly Village, Belle Vue


Bishop's College


Town Bcard Office


Byera A:ngliean School



Pyera A iglican School



R. C. Scnool, Colonarie


South Rivers Methodist School


South Rivers Methodist School


The Clinic, Park Hill


Government School, Park Hill


Colonarie Police Station


Dated this 19th day of November, 1974.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.


DESCRIPTION Ol POLLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS.

A voter who is registered in any polling division described hereunder can
only vote in such division and only at one polling station relating thereto.
Presiding Officer,. and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.
3. CONST1TI ENCY OF SOUTH CENTRAL WINDWARD


Description & Numbtr of Polling
Division

Polling Division No. 1
Mt. Grennan, Diamond (East)
Sans Souci

Polling Division No. 2
Diamond (West), Lively


Loca 'ion of Polling Station


Mr. Amr.s Johnney's Residence,
Diamonds


Medical 7Clinie, Diamonds











446. SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).


Polling, Divisiin No. 3
New Adelphi, New Grounds,
Chapmans (North)

Polling Division No. 4
Chapmans (South), North Union

Polling Division No. 5
Higher Lowmans-Lauders

Polling Division No. 6
South Union-Hadleys

Polling Division No. 7
Lowmans

Polling Division No. 8
Gfreggs


New Grounds Methodist School


North Union. Boxing Plant


Lauders Government School


North Union
Stone Mill, Tool Room or Office


Lowmans Anglican School

Greggs Government School


Dated this 19th day of November, 1974.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.


DESCRIPTION OF POLLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS.


A voter who is registered in any polling division described hereunder can
only vote in such division and only at one polling station relating thereto.
Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.

4. CONSTITUENCY OF SOUTH WINDWARD


Description & Numnber of Polling
Division

Polling Division No. 1
Cedars, Massey, Bridgetown

Polling Division No. 2
Biabou
"A" A "I"

Polling Division No. 2A
Biabou


Polling Division No. 3
Simon-New Prospect


Polling Division No. 4
Spring, Peruvian Vale, Escape,
Yambou

Polling Division No. 5
Argyle, Mt. Pleasant, Rescue
Bonhomme


Location of Polling Station


Mrs. Margaret Shortte's Shop, Cedars


Biabou Methodist School


Biabou Methodist School


Mr. Edward John's Shop,
New Prospect

Mrs. Catherine Browne's House,
Peruvian Vale


Mrs. Emelda Rogers' House,
('Summer Place'), Rescue Village












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65). 447


Polling Division No. 6
Calder-Akers

Polling Division No. 7
Upper Stubbs (East)
Victoria Village (East)

Polling Division No. 8
Upper Stubbs (West)
Victoria Village (West)

Polling Division No. 9
Lower Stubbs-Diamond

Dated 19th November, 1974.


Calder Government School


Mrs. Irene Nelson's House,
Victoria Village


Carapan Government School


Stubbs Government School


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.


DESCRIPTION OF POLLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS.


A voter who is registered in any polling division described hereunder can.
only vote in such division and only at one polling station relating thereto.
Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.

5. CONSTITUENCY OF MARRIAQUA


Description & Number of Polling
Division

Polling Division No. 1
Mesopotamia, Cane End,
Dumbarton, Jackson Pasture,
Sayers

Polling Division No. 2
Lower Richland Park, Hopewell,
Gaskill-Simpsons

Polling Division No. 3
Central Richland Park
"A"--'K"

Polling Division No. 3A
Central Richland Park
"L -' 'W"

Polling Division No. 4
Upper Richland Parh-Montreal-
Kelly.

Polling Division No. 5
Freeland, Farm, Caruth

Polling Division No. 6
Golden Grove, Forr Acres,
Mt. Pleasant Mt.


Location of Polling Station


Community Hall, Marriaqua



Richland Park Government School



Mr. Eli Bacchus' House, Richland
Park

Mr. Eli 3acchus' House, Richland
Park

Mr. Edw.rd Lewis' Residence, Richland
Park


Society Lodge, Mesopotamia


Cane End Government School











448 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).


Polling Division No. 7
Carriere-Collins-Carapan
Mt. Rileys

Polling Division No. 8
Evesham-Eyry Hill

Polling Division No. 9
Evesham-La Croix


Mr. Jimmy Toney's Residence, Carriere


Mr. George Dower's House, Eveahamn

Evesham Methodist School


Dated this 19th day of November, 1974.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.


DESCRIPTION OF POLLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS.


A voter who is registered in any polling division described hereunder can
only vote in such division and only at one polling station relating thereto.
Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.
6. CONSTITUENCY OF EAST ST. GEORGE


Description & Number of Polling
Division

Polling Division No. 1
Glamorgan-McCarthy-Joseph s
Land, Carapan, Enhams, Rivulet,
Southwood

Polling Division No. 2
Belmont-Upper Fairhall-Whim

Polling Division No. 3
Brighton, Belvedere, Ribishi,
Harmony Hall

Polling Division No. 4
Prospect-Rathre Mill

Polling Division No. 5
Calliaqua

Polling Division No. 6
Golden Vale, Glen, Lower
Fairhall, Choppins

Polling Division No. 7
Villa (including Indian Bay
and Rose Cottage)
"A"-"G"

Polling Division No. 7A
Villa (including Indian Bay
and Rose Cottage)/
"H"- Y)"


Description & Number of Polling


Medical Clinic, E -nham



Mrs. Alma Fraser's Residence,
Belmont

Brighton Methodist School

Mr. George Mills' Premises, Ratho
Mill

Town Hall, Calliaqua

Glen Clinic


Mr. Otto DeFreitas' Garage, Villa



Mr. Otto DeFreitas' Garage, Villa











SAINT ViNLCE.T, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65). 449


Poll-ng Division No. 8
Fountain Infant School, Fountain

Polling Division No. 9
Greathead Mrs. Kir.g's Shop, Arnos Vale

Dated this 19th day of November, 1974.

G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Election.


GENERAL EI.EOTIONS, 1974.


DESCRIPTION OF POLLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS.


A voter who is registered in any polling division described hereunder can
only vote in such di vision and only at one polling station relating thereto.
Presiding Oficers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.

7. CONSTITUENCY OF WE,-T ST. GEORGE


Description &-Nuin owr of Polling
Division

Polling Division No. 1
Belmont-Fairburn Pasture

Polling Division No. 2
Ashburton-Gomea

Polling Division No. 3
Kilburaey, Welcome, Meek,
Dauphine, Gomea

Polling Division No. 4
Belair
"A" "H"

Polling Division No. 4A
Belair

Polling Division No. 5
Cane lall-Arnos Vale

Polling Division No. 6
Dorsetshire Hill, Orange Grove,
Claxton

Polling Division No. 7
Upper Sion Hill Estate,
Richm3nd Hill

Polling Division No. 8
Sion Hill South (Roseau)

Polling Division No. 9
Sion Hill Central


Location of Polling Station


Belmont Government School

Gomea Old Medthodist School

New Gomea School, Dauphine

Belair Government School


Belair Government School


Public Works Department Office,
Arnos Vale

Dorsetshire Hill Govarnment School


Sion Hill Clinic, Sion Hill


Mr. Edwin Providence's Hall,
Roseau

Miss Eliza V. White's Residence,
Sion Hill












450 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).


Polling Division No. 10
Kingstown Hill-Quarry

Polling Division No. 11
Cane Garden

Dated 19th November, 1974


Mrs. Agnes St. Hill's Property,
Kingstown Hill

Dr. Robertson's Residence,
Cane Garden

G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.


DESCRIPTION OF PULLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS.


A voter who is registered in any polling division described hereunder can
only vote in such division and only at one polling station relating thereto.
Presiding Offik ers and Poll Clerks who Tave obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.
8. CONSTITUENCY OF EAST KINGSTOWN


Description & Number of Polling
Division

Polling Division No. 1
Granby, Long Wall

Polling Division No. 2
Frenches

Polling Division No. 3
Frenches-Murray Road

Polling Division No. 4
Murray Village (North),
Paul Over, Rockies (East)

Polling Division No. 5
Murray Village (South),
Rockies (West)

Polling Division No. 6
McKies Hill, Bu-khorn,
Richmond Hill

Polling Division No. 7
Granby Halifax & Grenville
Street to Melville

Polling Division No. 8
Paul's Lot, St. James, White
Chapel

Polling Division No. 9
Upper Kingstovm, Green Hill,
Redemption


Location of Polling Station


Enraianuel High School, Granby St.


Mrs. Sylvia Grant's Residence,
Frenches


U.W.I. Centre, Murray Road


Mr. Arthur Cambridge's House,
Richmond Hill


Mrs. Louise Glenn's Residence,
Murray Road


Richmond Hill Govt. School


in't'rmediate High School,
Jamuis Street


Mr. George Daisy's Building
Paul's Lot


Ch'-istian Brothers' Residence,
K 'i.rstown Park











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.--(No. 65).


Polling Division No. 10
Kingstown Park (South east)

Polling Division No. 11
Ki ngstown Park (South west)

Polling Division No. 12
North River Rd.. St. George's
Place, Park Villa.


Girl Guides' Hut, Kingstown Park


Peters /;ille School, Kingstown Park


B:shop's College, Kingstown


Dated this 19th day of Noi ::mbel. 1974.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.


DESCRIPTION OF POLLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS.


A voter who is -_gistered Mn any pnliing d. vision described hereunder can
only vote in such division and only at ,i- polling station relating thereto.
Presiding Officers and Poll C]eTks 'Vwho have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by ihis notice.
9. CONSTITUENCY OF' WEST KINGSTOWN


Dc"criptiJn Number of Polling
Division

Polling Division No. 1
Road t;- Leeward, Beatick Squa-c,
Higginson Strect, Melville Street
(North)
"A "- "J"

Polling Division No. 1A
Road to Leeward, Bentick Squa.re,
Higginson Street, Kfielville Stre, t
(North)
"K '-- 'Y"

Pi:.,1: Division No. 2
Rose Place


Polling Division No. 3
Stoney Ground-Lower Old
Montrose

Polling Division No. 4
Botanical Gardens. Upper Old
Montrose, Lago Heights

Polling Division No. 5
New Montrose (S('uth), Monkey
Hill, Cemetery Hill, Battery Hill
"A"-"J"

Polling Division No. 5A
New Montrose S,-iuth), Monk'y
Hi'l, C'metery Hi:1, Battery Hill
9"K" -- Y"


Loc.: tion of Polling Station



Kii.gstov-n Anglican School




Kingstown Anglican School




Dennis Grant's Premises, Lower
Middle Street


Government School, Stoney Ground



Central Housing and Planning Work-
shop, Old Montrosc


Mr. Ulri;, Antoine's Premises, New
Montro se



Mr. Ulri.- Antoine's Premises, New
Montrose











452 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).


Polling Division No. 6
New Montrose (North), Gibson,
Walker Piece, Gun Hill
"A"-"J"

Polling Division No. 6A
New Montrose (North), Gibson,
Walker Piece, Gun Hill
"K "-' '"

Polling Division No. 7
Liberty Lodge (Lower)
Newtown Village
"A* '-"I"

Polling Division No. 7A
Liberty Lodge (Lower)
Newtown Village
"J ,_"Y",,

Polling Division No. 8
Liberty Lodge, Upper Old
Montrose, Bow Wood

Polling Division No. 9
Edinboro, Fort Charlotte, Cox
Heath, Ottley Hall


Nurse Bacchus' Residence, New
Montrose


Miss Louise Thomas' Residence,
Walker Piece


Lodge Village Government School



Lodge Village Government School



Mr. Uriah Adams' Residence,
Liberty Lodge


Miss Myrtle Daisley's Infant School


Dated this 1lth day of November, 1974.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1S74.


DESCRIPTION OF POLLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS.


A voter who *s registered in any polling division described hereunder can
only vote in such division and only at one polling station relating thereto.
Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who .have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.

10. CONSTITUENCY OF SOUTH LEEWARD


Description & Nwnmbcr of Polling
Division

Polling Division No. 1
Pembroke

Polling Division No. 2
Du Bois-New Penniston

Polling Division No. 3
Vermont (East)
"A"--"J"

Polling Division No. 3A
Vermont (East)
"K"-"W"


Location of Polling Station


Mr, Henry Glynn's House, Rillan Hill

Buccament Government School,
Du Bois


Mr. Douglas Jessop's House, Vermont


Mrs. Alma Irish's House, Vermont











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65). 453


Polling Division No. 4
Table Rock, Francois, Retreat The Clinic, Retreat

Polling Division No. 5
Rilian Hill, Clare Valley The Government School, Clare Valley
"A"-"J"
Polling Division No. 5A
Rillan Hill, Clare Valley The Government School, Clare Valley
"K"'-"Y"
Polling Division No. 6
Questelles Government School, Questelles
"A"-"K"

Polling Division No. 6A
Questelles Government School, Questelles

Polling Division No. 7
Chauncey Mr. Chailes Alexander's Shop,
Chauncey
Polling Division No. 8
Camden Park The Clinic, Camden Park
"A"-"K"

Polling Division No. 8A
Camden Park The Clinic, Camden Park
L "-"Y "

Polling Division No. 9
Lowmans (West) Anglican School, Lowmans Ld.

Polling Division No. 10
Lowmans (East) Mr. Granville Williams' Shop,
Lowmans Ld.
Dated this 19th day of November, 1974.

G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.


DESCRIPTION OF POLLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS.


A voter who is registered in any polling division described hereunder can
only vote in such division and only at one polling station relating thereto.
Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.
11. CONSTITUENCY OF CENTRAL LEEWARD


Description & Number of Polling Location of Polling Station
Division

Polling Division No. 1
Barrouallie (East) Keartons, Junior High School, 3arrouallie
Walliabou, Grove
rolling Division No. 2
Barrouallie (West), Gabriel Police Station, Barrouallie











454 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).


Polling Division No. 3
Barrouallie (East) Portion of
Glebe
Polling Division No. 4
Barrouallie (South) Three Acres
Glebe, Reversion-Peters Hope

Polling Division No. 5
' Mt. Wynne, Ruthland Vale,
Layou (North)

Polling Division No. 6
Layou (Central)

Polling Division No. 7
Layou (South) Layou Hill,
Akers

Polling Division No. 8
Buccament Bay, Cane Grove,
Hope, Penniston, Vermont (West)
Queensbury Old Mountain,
Maloney


Mr. Bertie Kirby's Shop, Barrouallie


Community Hall, Barrouallie


Layou Government School


Miss Grant's Lodge, Layou

Mrs. Claire Dollarson's Residence,
Layou

Government School, Buccament Bay


Dated this 19th day of November, 1974.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.


DESCRIPTION OF POLLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS.


A voter who is registered in any polling division described hereunder can
only vote in such division and only at one polling station relating thereto.
Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.
12. CONSTITUENCY OF NORTH LEEWARD


Description & Number of Polling
Division

Polling Division No. 1
Windsor Forest, Baleine,
Richmond Vale, Wallibou

Polling Division No. 2
Fitz Hughes, Portion of Sharpes
Polling Division No. 3
Chateaubelair (including Corner
Bay and Barracks)

Polling Division No. 4
Town Extension-Remainder
of Sharpes

Polling Division No. 5
Petit Bordel


Location of Polling Station


Land Settlement Pay Office,
Richmond Vale

Government School, Fitz-Hughes

Infant School, Chateaubelair


Methodist School, Chateaubelair


Community Centre, Petit Bordel










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Polling Division No. 6
Rose Bank


Polling Division No. 7
Troumaca and Belmont

Polling Division No. 8
Rose Hlall-Jack Hill

Polling Division No. 9
Westwood-Coull's Hill

Polling Division No. 10
Spring Cumberland, Coco Village,
Mangaroo, Gorcon Yard,
Gordon, Village


Mir. Campbell Bourne's Garage,
Rose Bank


Troumaca Government School

Rose Hall Government School


West Wood Methodist School


Spring Methodist School


Dated this 19th day of November, 1974.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.


DESCRIPTION OF POLLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS.


A voter who is registered in any polling division described hereunder can
only vote in such division and only at one polling station relating thereto.
Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.

13. CONSTITUENCY OF THE GRENADINES


Description & Number of Polling
Division

Polling Division No. 1
Port Elizabeth, Union Vale

Polling Division No. 2
Pretoria, Ocar, Industry,
Cinnamon Garden, Spring

Polling Division No. 3
Hamilton

Polling Division No. 4
Belmont, Mt. Pleasant, Ambois,
Friendship

Polling Division No. 5
La Pon pe, Derrick, Paget Farm
(East)

Polling Division No. 6
Paget Farm (West),
Isle de Quatre

Polling Division No. 7
Mustique, Balliceaux, Battowia


Location of Polling Station


The Court Room


Friendly Society Hall, Port Elizabeth



Mr. Edric Harris' Residence, Hamilton


Mrs. Lillian Farrell's Residence,
Belmont

Mr. Clive Cozier's Residence,
La Pompe


United Brethren Society Hall,
Paget Farm


Customs Officer's Residence













456 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).


Polling Division No. 8
Canouan

Polling Division No. 9
Mayreau

Polling Division No. 10
Clifton (Union Island) Prune
Island, Petit St. Vincent

Polling Division No. 11
Ashton (Union Island)

Polling Division No. 11A
Ashton (Union Island)


Canouan Guvernment School


Mayreau Government School


Clifton Government School



Ashlon Government School


Ashlon Government School


Dated this 19th day of November, 1974.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.



Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing respective Polling
Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forthcoming
Elections.
1. CONSTITUENCY OF NORTH WINDWARD


Polling Station Number
and Name


Government School
Government School
Anglican School
Police Station

R. C. Church
Estate Office
Infant School
Government School
Methodist School


Location



Fancy
Owia
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay

Sandy Bay
Orange Hill
Langley Park
Langley Park
Dickson


Presiding Officer



Mr. Joford Eutherland
Mr. Lawrence Nanton
Mr. Kim Child
Mr. Philemon
WV illiams
Mr. Lionel Thomas
Mr. Tyrone Cyrus
Mr. Raymond Clarke
Mrs. Shirley Bowen
Mrs. Viola Crichton


Poll Clerk


Mr. Frank Joseph
Mr. Montgomery Daniel
Mrs. Sandra Hinksin
Mr. Headley Bynoe

Miss Joan Hoyte
Miss Monica Cyrus
Mr. George Child
Mr. Leonard Glasgow
Miss Claudette Forbes


Note: There will be two separate P llin-; Stations in Polling Division No. 1 No. 1 Fancy
and No. 1A Owia. All voters resident in Fancy will vote at Polling Sta'ion No. 1 i.e. Fancy Angli-
can School and all voters resident in Owia will voto at Polling Station No. 1A, Owia Government
School.

There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 3. Persons registered in Polling
Division No. 3 whose surnames begin with the letters "A" to "F" must vote at Polling Station
No. 3 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "G" to "Y" must vote at Polling Station
No. 3A.

Dated 19th November, 1974.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.











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GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.

Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing respective Polling
Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forthcoming
Elections.
2. CONSTITUENCY OF NORTH CENTRAL WINDWARD


Polling Station unimber
and Name


Mt. Bentick House
Government School
Bishop's College
Town Board Office

Anglican Scliool
Anglican School
R. C. School
Methodist School
Methodist School
The Clinic
Government School
Police Station


Location


Mt. Bentick
Georgetown
Georgetown
Georgetown

Byera
Byera
Colonarie
South Rivers
South Rivers
Park Hill
Park- Hill
Colonarie


Presiding Officer


Mrs. Gloria Sandy
Mr. Reynold Bailey
Miss Jean Stephens
Mrs. lHyacinth
Liverpool
'Mr. Sheldon Rebairo
SMiss Minetta Warrican
Mr. IIyndford Ryan
Mr. Vibert Andrews
Mrs. Mazeline Branch
Mr. Wendel Marks
Mrs. Rosa Dabriel
Mrs. Annis Alexander


Poll Clerk


Mrs. Zetilda Fraser
Mrs. Shirla King
Mr. Godfrey Thom
Miss Vernette Jeffrey
Miss Zeta Adams
Miss Jennifer Tempro
Mr. Patrick Samuel
Mr. Ardon Nelson
Miss Ancil Dublin
Mr. Robert Williams
Miss Edna Cottoy
Mr. Anthony Marks


Note: There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 5. Persons registered in
Polling Division No. 5 whose surnames begin with the letters "A" 'to "II" must vote at Polling
Station No. 5 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "J" to "Y" must vote at Polling
Station No. 5A.
There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 7. Persons registered in Polling
Division No. 7 whose surnames begin with,the letters "A" to "IT" must vote at Polling Station No.
7 and persons whose surnames begin the the letters "J" 'to "W" must vote at Polling Station
No. 7A.
Dated 19th November, 1974,
C. F. JACK.
Supervisor of Elections.

GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.

Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing respective Polling
Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forthcoming
Elections.
3. CONSTITUENCY OF SOUTH CENTRAL WINDWARD


Polling Station Number
and Name


Location


Presiding Officer


1. Mr. Amos Johnney's
Residence
2. Medical Clinic
3. Methodist School
4. North Union Boxing
Plant
5. Government School
6. Stone Mill Tool
Room or Office
7. Anglican School
8. Government School


Diamonds

Diamonds
New Grounds
North Union

Laniders
North Union

Low ians
Greggs


Mr. Benidict Fredericks

Mr. Allan Cruickshank
Miss Elmina Durrant
Mr. Bertie Smart

Mr. Vernold Barnwell
Miss Patricia Jackson


Miss Christine Jacobs

Miss Earline Horne
Mr. Victor Mornix
Mrs. Annette Israel

Miss Susan Jack
Miss Angela Prince


Miss Isabelle Morris Mrs. Bethel Alexander
Miss Innocence Johnney Miss Marquita Gilebrist


Poll Clerk


Dated 19th November, 1974.
G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.
























SAINT VINCENT, TITESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. (5).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.



Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing respective Polling
Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forthcoming
Elections.

4. CONSTI'TiiiENCY OF SOUTH WINDWARD


Polling Station Yiinuber
a'nd Nunic


1. Mrs. Ma rga ret
Shlortte's Shop
2. Methodist School
2A. Metliodist School
3. Mr. Edw;ird John"s
Shop
4. Mrs. Catherine
Browne's Shop
5. Mrs. Emelda Rogers'
Building (Sumnuer
Place)
6. Government School
7. Mrs. Irene Nelson's
House
8. Government School
9. Government School


Location


Ced irs

Biaboru
Biabou
New Prospect


Presidlingf officer


Mr. Robert Fitz
Patrick
Mrs. Faustina Shortte
Mrs. Emily Williaims
Mr. Milton Davy


Peruvian Vale i Mr. Ashton Caine


Rescue Village,
Calder

Calder
Victoria
Village
CarapIan
Stul)bs


Mrs. Doreen Thomas


Mr. Roosevelt Browne
Mr. Hlermuns Joihn

Mr. Wilfred Ollivierre
Mrs. Merle Trotman


Poll Cle-rk


Mrs. Carmen Caine

Miss Sylvia King
Mrs. Orrel Daniel
Mr. Trevor Williams


Mrs.

Miss


N~oreen Salai


Mrs. Theilma Yearwood
Mr. Wilfred Alexander

Miss Sylventa France
Miss Joan George


Note: There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 2. Persons registered in
Polling Division No. 2 whose surnames begin with the letters "A" to "I" must vote at Polling
Station No. 2 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "J" to "Y" must vote at Polling
Station No. 2A.

Dated 19th November, 1974.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.

























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GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.



Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing respective Polling
Stations at which they have been appointed to ofliciale on Polling DIay for the forthcoining
Elections.

5. CONSTITUENCY OF MARRIAQTA


P'olliiq SA/alion uVmber
(and Amc

1. Community Hall
2.' governmentt School
3. Mr. Eli Bacchus'
House
3A. MIr. Eli Bacchus'
House
4. Mr. Edward Lewis'
Residence
,5. Society Hall
6. Government School
7. Mr. Jimmy Toney's
Residence
8. Mr. George Dowers'
House formerly Mrs.
Eliza Alves' House
9. Methodist School


Location


Marria(lua
Riehland Park

Richland Park

Riehland Park

Rie liland Park
Mesopotamia
Cane End

Cnrriere


Eveshaim
Evesham


Presiding Officer


Mr. Mattliias Cato
Mrs. Celena Clarke

Mr. Hilary Bowman

Mrs. Orell Samuel

Mrs. Eileen Bailey
Miss Noreen Knights
Liley Cato

Mr. George Glasgow


Mr. Emil Telfer
Miss Aurora Davis


Poll Clerk


Mrs. Clara Falby
Mrs. Genctlia Cordice

Miss Eppie Maracheau

Mr. Ainsley Williams

Mr. Joshua Richardson
Miss Advira Bennett
Mrs. Olivia Da Silva

Mr. Trevor Andrews


Mr. David Benn
Mr. Samuel Williams


Note: There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 3. Persons registered in
Polling Divsion No. 3 whose surnames begin with the letters "A" to "K" must vote at Polling
Station No. 3 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "L" to "W" must vote at Polling
Station No. 3A.

Dated 19th November, 1974.

G. F. JACK.
Supervisor of Elections.























460 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).

GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.



Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing respective Polling
Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forthcoming
Elections.

6. CONSTITUENCY OF EAST ST. GEORGE


Polling Stalitn\ Numbcr
and Name


1. The Clinic
2. Alma Fraser's
Building
3. Methodist School
4. Mr. George Mills'
Premises
5. Town Hall
6. The Clinic
7. Mr. Lloyd' Hull's
Residence
7A. Mr. Otto PDFreitas'
Garage
8. Infant School
9. Mrs. Kings' Shop


Location



Enhams
Belmont

Brighton
Ratho Mill

Calliaqua
Glen
Villa


Villa

Foun
Arno


tain
s Vale


Presiding Officer


Miss Irene Alexani
Mrs. Isola Greaves

Mr. Wilston Sayer
Mrs. Elsa Jones

Mr. lHenmrick Alex
Mr. Selwyn Jones
Mrs. Inez Mandevil

Mr. F. Irwin Jack

Mrs. Beatrice Noel
Mr. Robert Sandy


er




ander

lle


Poll Clecrk



Miss Maudeline Peters
Mr. Cecil Jack

Miss Noreen George
Miss Maureen Dougan

Mr. Clarence Thomas
Miss Monica Creese
Mrs. Lois Michael

Mrs. Lorna MeBarnett

Mr.' Eldon John
Mr. Errol Samuel


Note: There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 7. Persons registered in
Polling Division No. 7 whose surnames begin with the letters "A" to "G" must vote at Polling
Station No. 7 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "II" to "Y" must vote at Polling
Station No. 7A.

Dated 19th November, 1974.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESI)AY. 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.



Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing respective Polling
Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forthcoming,
Elections.

7. CONSTITUENCY OF WEST ST. GEORGE


Polling Station Number
a(id Name


1. Government School
*2. Old Methodist School
3. New Gomnea School
4-. Government School

4A. (Government School
5. P.W.D. Office
6. Government School

7. Sion Hill Clinic
8. Mr. Edwin
Providence's Hall
9. Miss Eliza V.
White's Residence
10. St. Hills' Residence

11. Dr. Robertson's
Residence


Location



Belmnont
(Upmea
DIauphine
Belair

I elai r
Arnos Vale
Dorsetshire
Hill
Sion Mill
loseau

Sion Hill

Kingstown

Cane Garden


Presiding Officer



Miss Pladiiore lhuggins
Mrs. Angclla Martin
Mrs. Sylvia I)avy
.Mrs. Yvonne E.
Francis
Mrs. Cynthia Nurse
Miss Gloria John
MAr. Michael Douglas

Mr. Edward Conliffe
AMr. Emmnianuel Dick

Mrs. (wencth i 'bral

Miss Rosita Andrews

Mrs. Sylvia Steele


Poll Clerk


Miss
Miss
Miss
Miss


Estella Huggins
.Joan HIuggins
Carmiellie IMatt hews
Carnielita Murphy


Mr. Urias King
Mrs. Alicene Boatswain
AiMrs. Pearlina Pasconibe

Mrs. Kalhleen D;i Silva
Miss Patricia Dunean

Mrs. Jean Charles

Miss Carinelita
Llewellyn
Mr. Erie Andrews


Note: There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 4. Persons registered in
Polling Division No. 4 whose surnames begin with the letters "A" to "II" must vote at Polling
Station No. 4 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "J" to "Y" must vote at Polling
Station No. 4A.

Dated 19th November, 1974.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.























462 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.



Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing respective Polling
Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forthcoming
Elections.

S. CONSTITUENCY OF EAST KINGSTOWN


Polling Stalio 'Number
and Name


Emnmanuel High
School
Mrs. Sylvia Grant's
Residence
University Centre
Mr. Arthur
Catnbridge's House
Mrs. Louise Glenn's
Residence
Richmond Hill
Govt. School
Intermediate School
Mr. George Daisy's
Building
Christian Bros.
Residence
Girl Guides' Hut

Peters' Ville

Bishop's College


Location



Granby Street

Frenclhes

Murray Road
Richmond Ilill

Murray Road

Richmond Hill

James Street
Paul' Lot

Kin gstown
Park
Kingstown
Park
King stown
Park
Kingstown


Presiding O)i,' r



Mr. Basil Jackson

Mrs. Louise. Toney

Mrs. Estelle Liverpool
Mrs. Geraldine Spring

Mrs. Montie Maule

Mrs. Annette Liverpool

Mrs. Edison John
Miss Rose Clare
Thompson
Mr. Qyril Williams

Mrs. Lane Jack

Miss Doreith John

Mrs. Thelma Adams


Poll Clerk



Mr. Douglas Haynes

Mr. Verrol Small

Mrs. Maureen Alexander
Mrs. Elouise Francis

Mr. Renwick Culzac

Mr. Gladstone E.
Morris
Mrs. Marsha Jackson
Mr. Kenneth Williams

Mrs. Jean Morris

Miss Carmelita Williams

Mr. Alban Bowman

Mr. Alban Cummings


Dated 19th November, 1974.
i


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.












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GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.



Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks slowing respective Polling
Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the fortliconming
Elections.

9. CONSTITV'EN('Y OF WEST KINGSTOWN


Polling Slation Numbier
and Name

1. Kingstown Anglican
School
1A. Kingstown Anglican
School
2. Mr. Dennis Grant's
Premises
3. Government School
4. Central Housing and
Planning Workshop
5.. Mr. Ulric Antoine's
P remises-Cyrus
Street near to
Nutricia Centre
5A. Mr. Ulrie Antoine's
Premises-Cyrus
Street near to
Nutricia Centre
6. Nurse Bacchus'
Residence
6A. Miss Louise
Thomas' Residence
7. governmentt School
7A. Government School
8. Mr. Uriah Adams'
Premises
9. Miss Myrtle
Daislev's Private
School Building


i Location


IIigginson
Street
Iligginson
Street
,Lower Middle
Street
Stonev Ground
Old Montrose

New Montrose



New Montrose



New Montrose

Walker Piece

Lodge Village
Lodge Village
Liberty Lodge

Edinboro


JPrtsidliny Officer


Mr. Claude A. Israel

Mrs. AMable Scrubb

Miss Elaine DeShong

Mrs. Adeline Arthur
Mr. Cecil St. Ililiire

Miss Myrtte Daisley



Mr. Vincent Ryan



Mr. Michael Bennett

Mr. Granville Stephens

Mrs. Mona Kydd(
Mr. Ardon Daisley
Mr. Winston Mars

Mrs. Lucille Eustace


Poll Clerk


Miss J;nice Williams

Mir. Geo. K. Crichton

Mrs. Vernalyn Blencowe

Mrs. Azubah Williams
Miss Ann-Marie Israel

Mrs. Yvonne Byron-Cox



Mrs. Diana Caesar



Mrs. Jessie Nanton

Miss Ilariet Glasgow

Mrs. Eileen Peters
Miss Celina Bibby
Mrs. Arlene Lackram

Miss Nina Maloney


Note: There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 1. Persons registered in
Polling Division No. I whose surnames begin with the letters "A" to "J" must vote at Polling
Station No. I and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K" to "Y" must vote at Polling
Station No. IA.

There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 5. Persons registered in Polling
Division No. 5 whose surnames begin with the letters "A" to "J" must vote at Polling Station No,
5 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K" to "Y" must vote at Polling Station
No. 5A.

There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 6. Persons registered in Polling
Division No. (6 whose surnames begin with the letters "A" to "J" must vote at Polling Station No.
6 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K" to "Y" must vote at Polling Station
No. 6A.

There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 7. Persons registered in Polling
Division No. 7 whose surnames begin with 'the letters "A" to "J"' must vote at Polling Station No.
7'and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K" to "Y" must vote at Polling Station
No. 7A.

Dated 19th November, 1974.
G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.



Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing respective Polling
Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forthcoming
Elections.

10. CONSTITUENCY OF SOUTH LEEWARD


P'olliog S'ialioi Niumber
ind Niamec


1. Mr. Henry Glynn's
House
2. Bicceament
(Governmeniit Sc1hool
3. AMr. l)ouglas Jessop s
Hiose
3A. Mrs. Alma Irish's
lHouse
4. Clinic
5. Government School
5A. Government School
6i. Government School
(iA. Government School
7. Mr. Charles
Alexander's Shop
8. Clinic
SA. Clinic
9. Anglican School
10. Mr. Gibson's House


Location



Rillan Hill

D1u Iois



Vermont

Retreat
Clare Valley
Clare Valley
Questelles
Questelles
C(hauncey

('inulen Park
Camidei Park
Lowlimais
Lowmans


'rcsidilig Officer



Mr. Casper Marshall

Mr. Earl Myers

Mr. San(dford Bobbt

Mr. Kenneth' Cottle

Mr. Terry Mattis
Mr. Gregory Marshall
Mr. Daniel Richards
Mr. Godson Browne
Miss Anne Williams
Mr. Ivan Hlaynes

Mr. Jeremiah Scott
Mr. Tydel John
Mr. Wendell Roberts
Sam Harry


Poll Clerk



Miss Ann Charles

Mr. Ernest Jessop

Mr. Bennett
IHendrickson
Miss Vernis Grant

AMr. David Abraham
Mr. Peter Sprott
Miss Ellouise Collins
Miss Ann Jones
-Mr. E. Westfield
Mr. DIouglas Slater

Miss Anita IHull
Miss Cordelia Charles
Mr. Tyrone Wilson
Miehlel Da Silva


Note: There will Ib) two separate Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 3. Persons regis-
tered in Polling Division No. 3 whose surnames begin with Ihe letters "A" to "J" must vote at
Polling Station No. 3 amid persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K" to "'W" must vote at
Polling Station No. 3A.

There will lie two separate Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 5. Persons registered in
Polling Division No. 5 whose sinurnames begin with hihe letters "A" to "J." must vote at Polling
Station No. 5 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K" 'to "Y" must vote at Polling
Station No. 5A.

There will be two separate Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 6. Persons registered in
Polling Division No. (i whose surnames begin with the letters "A" to "J." must vote at Polling
Station No. (i and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K" to "Y" must vote at Polling
Station No. (iA.

There will be two separate Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 8. Persons registered in
Polling Division No. 8 whose surnames begin with the letters "A" 'to "J" must vote at Polling
Station No. 8 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K" to "Y" must vote at Polling
Station No. 8A.

Dated 19th November, 1974.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.












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GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.



Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing respective Polling
Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forthcoming
Elections.

11. CONSTITUENCY OF CENTRAL LEEWARD


Polling Station Number
and Name

Junior High School
Police Station
Mr. Bertie Kirby's
Shop
Community Hall
Government School
Miss Grant's Lodge
Mrs. Clarke
Dollarson's Residence
Government School


Location


Barrouallie
Barrouallie
Barroaallie

Barrouallie
Layou
Layou
Layou

Buccamcnt


Presiding Officer


Mr. Grantley Kirby
IMr. Godfrey Findlay
Mr. Daniel Rawlins

Mr. Lelan Richardson
Mr. Anthony Young
Mrs. Verna Douglas
Mr. Winston Gaymes


Mr.


Poll Clerk


: "ss
Mrs.
Miss


Corcelle Jack
Beverley Kirby
Norlene Richardson


'Tiss Kathleen Caesar
": iss Dane Dopwell
Miss Inola Jeffers
Mr. Gideon Exeter


Raymfond McDowall 1 Mr. Linton Miller


Dated 19th November, 1974.

G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.



Set out below are the names cf Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing respective Polling
Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forthcoming
Elections.

12. CONSTITUENCY OF NORTH LEEWARD


Polling Station Number
and Name

1. Land Settlement
Pay Office
2. Government School
3. Infant School
4. Methodist School
5. Community Centre
6. Mr. Campbell
Bourne's Garage
7. Government School
8. Government School
9. Methodist School
10. Methodist School


Location


Richmond Vale

Fitz-Hughes
Chateaubelair
Chateaubelair
Petit Bordel

Rose Bank
Tronmaca
Rose Hall
Westwood
Spring Village


Presiding Officer


Mr. Lennie Adams

Mis Urselline Phillips
Mrs Erla Coombs
Mr. Milton Findlay
Mrs. Margaret Williams

Mr. Maxford Ashton
Mr. Conroy Stapleton
Mr. Benjamin Samuel
Miss Anesta Rodney
Miss Haroldine Williams


Poll Clerk


Miss Amorelle Murray

Miss Monica Coombs
Miss Verona Findlay
Miss Viona Williams
Mr. William Glasgow

Mr. Herbert Creese
Mr. Vincent Harry
Miss Edith Ferdinand
Mr. Monty Chambers
Mr. Sydney Tucker


Dated 19th November, 1974.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


















466 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER, 1974.-(No. 65).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.



Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing respective Polling
Stations -at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forthcoming
Elections.

13. CONSTITUENCY OF THE GRENADINES


Polling Station Number
and Name


1. Court Room
2. Society Hall
3. Mr. Edric Harris'
Residence
4. Mrs. Lillian Farrell's
Residence
5. Mr. Norman
Ollivierre's Residence
6. United Brethren
Friendly Society
Hall
7. Customs Officer's
Residence
8. Government. School
9. Government School
10. Government School

11. Government School
11A. Government School


Location Presiding Officer



Port Elizabeth Mr. Cuthbert John
Port Elizabeth Mr. Woodroe Andrews
Hamilton Mr. Sylvester Tannis


Belmont

La Pompe


Paget Farm


Mustique


Canoua]
Mayrea
Clifton

Ashton
Ashton


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Mr. Norbert Simmons

Mr. Carlisle Wallace

Mr. Eardley Israel


Mr. Kevin Peters

Mr. Louis DeRoche
Mr. Winston Hackshaw
Miss Jeanette
Hutchinson
Mr. Douglas Da Silva
Mr. Alban Jones


Poll Clerk


Miss Althea Gregg
Mr. Andrew Leach
Mr. Josi'ah Glynn

Miss Ermina Antrobus

Mrs. Erene Dewer

Mr. Darnley Hazell


Miss Doreen Simon

Mr. John Sandy
Mrs. Adella Hackshaw
Mrs. Evelyn Clouden

Mr. Cleveland Mulraine
Mrs. Angella Stewart


Note: There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 11. Persons registered
in Polling Division No. 11 whose surnames begin with the letters "A" to "L" must vote at Polling
Station No. 11 and. persons whose surnames begin with the letters "M" to "Y" must vote at
Polling Station No. 11A.

Dated 19th November, 1974.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


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